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1997.02.008omeka.jpg
Black and white image with white border. Image of the exterior of the barn on the left with a nine people standing around a tractor. One man is seated on the tractor with his arms crossed. "1919" handwritten in ink in the lower right corner. reverse…

1997.02.006_omeka.jpg
Black and white print with white border. Image of Buffalo Creek Farm exterior. Tractor and a person standing next to it in the middle ground on the right. There are stacks of hay around the tractor. Farm and other equipment in the background.

1979.28.034.jpg
Black and white postcard print. Image of a front view of a vintage Aultman-Taylor tractor round perforated nose, large rear wheels and an open-air roof. Two men and child standing on the far left near a pickup truck with telephone poles in the…

1979.28.032.jpg
Black and white print. Image of engine, "Reeves & Company, Threshing Machinery, Columbus, Indiana, USA", cars visible in left background. On back, ink handwritten text, "Johnny Nickol's engine for threshing, Otto Nickol using it in 1912 or ''14, Aug…

1979.04.221.jpg
One (1) wood, metal and leather horse harness. The wood piece is long, rectangular with red paint on one side and a brass bulb on one end. There are multiple leather pieces attached of different shapes and sizes. Original artifact card says: "Draft…

1979.04.220.jpg
One (1) wood, metal and leather horse harness. The wood piece is long, rectangular with red paint on one side and a brass bulb on one end. There are multiple leather pieces attached of different shapes and sizes. Original artifact card says: "Draft…

1979.03.014.JPG
One (1) wooden hand hewn handle for a scythe. With two inch woodn diameter, one center stick with two curved handles radiating off it attached with wooden pegs. used for farming. Credit line: Gjertsen, Leroy

One (1) wooden and metal hayfork, 76" long wooden hayfork with wire attachment; originally had 4 prongs, one is broken off; prongs are 24" long and pointed at ends; 2-1" cross supports at base of prings. Museum records states: "Wooden 3-prong hayfork…

1979.01.034.JPG
Curved metal hay hook, approximately 8 inches long, attached to perpendicular wooden handle about 13 inches long. Used for moving hay bales.

0295.pdf
The front page of the Indianapolis Times, April 9, 1938.
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